Sizes Available: 135, 140, 143cm
Sizes Tested: 135 x 41cm
The 2016 Bulldozer is a freestyle/wakestyle crossover board for intermediate to expert riders. On the bottom, the Bulldozer has a Quattro concave in the middle section of the board. The Quattro concave shape provides superior edging, comfort and soft landings. Towards the tips, the Quattro concave changes into Hexa concave for more stiffness and ultra load ‘n’ pop.
This board is shaped and constructed to be pushed hard and it delivers amazing power on the water. We have reinforced the Bulldozer’s construction with uni-directional Kevlar throughout the whole length of the board. This year, we added a Spread Tow Carbon reinforcement in the center of the board which can be seen through the transparent finish. Aside from the Kevlar and Carbon, the Bulldozer also makes use of Multiaxial Fiber Glass. This construction provides a breathtaking amount of pop without making the board too stiff. Brand new Light Up sidewalls are stronger and lighter than ever with an attractive color changing look.
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Our Testers Say:
“Grippy pads and lots of strap adjustments for a solid, locked in feel.” Dray Murray
“A dynamic board that’s stable and handles chop well.” Fernando Francia
“Nice and light with lots of pop; a great board for jumping.” David Gordon
The 2016 Bulldozer earned high praise for its super fun but user-friendly performance. The Bulldozer has a flatter rocker than the Shox Green but provides a much skatier feel. The Bulldozer features a quad concave construction with three spines that run the full length of the board. It’s flatter rocker allowed testers to charge upwind in light winds and underpowered situations while its aggressive bottom contours provided extra traction for a nice locked in feel. The Bulldozer comes equipped with Crazyfly’s Hexa bindings that allow for six directions of easy adjustability and some of the most comfortable quad Velcro adjustment straps in the test. Once again, CrazyFly nailed it!